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     · Solid Waste Management. The term solid waste management mainly refers to the complete process of collecting, treating and disposing of the solid wastes. In the waste management process, the wastes are collected from different sources and are disposed of. This process includes the collection, transportation, treatment, analysis and disposing of.

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  • Effective Animal Waste Management Systems

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  • Solid Waste ManagementWorld Bank

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  • Effective Animal Waste Management Systems

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  • Solid Waste Generation and HandlingSlideShare

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  • 8 Ways to Reduce Manufacturing Waste Fishbowl Blog

     · Manufacturing waste will be generated in every manufacturing plant.It is important that you establish practices to minimize the generation of waste. Some types of commonly observed wastes in manufacturing facilities include waste from overproduction, defects, inventory, unnecessary motion and transportation, waiting times, over-processing, and unused time and creativity of employees.

  • Waste-to-Energy Options in Municipal Solid Waste

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     · Pelletization of municipal solid waste involves the processes of segregating, crushing, mixing high and low heat value combustible waste material and solidifying it to produce fuel pellets or briquettes, also referred to as Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF). The process is essentially a method that condenses the waste or changes its physical form and

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